Good news: "The Landing" will be open and serving guests again during the 2013 season!
Welcome to OHV Park!
We hope you enjoy your visit with us and we look forward to having you join us at the OHV Park. When you visit the park there may be areas closed due to trail maintenance we ask for your patience and understanding. The Morrow/Grant County OHV Park welcomes quads, motorcycles, and jeeps. Please keep in mind that seasonal weather conditions may cause temporary trail closures and/or limit use of some types of vehicles. The Morrow/Grant County OHV Park is becoming a major recreation destination for Northeast Oregon!
Morrow/Grant County OHV Park has a safety training site at the park. There are certified quad and motorcycle instructors available.
- For more information on Oregon ATV evaluations visit www.rideATVoregon.org.
About OHV Park
The park has approximately 9000 acres in Morrow and Grant Counties and is adjacent to Highway 207 (Heppner/Spray Highway) and the West End (Sunflower) ATV riding area. The RV park is open and has RV sites (dry, partial, full hook-up), tent spaces, and cabins available for rent. Restroom and Shower buildings are scheduled to be completed by December 2010. The park has a trail system that allows for various skill levels of riding. The OHV Park provides a wash down area to inhibit the spread of noxious and other weeds. Additional recreational area and activities are being planned for future development. There are small stocked fishing ponds, hiking trail, golf driving range, and viewpoints located within the park.
Morrow and Grant Counties have worked with Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) to make this park possible. The park has a variety of terrain to ride that allows us to have trails for novice and advanced riders in the same area; providing a true family orientated atmosphere. There is approximately 200 miles of trails 20 of which is Jeep accessible. We are proud of what we have been able to accomplish with the help and support of OPRD, ODFW, OWEB, USFS, local business, and volunteers. All the hard work, time, dedication of all involved and input from park guests has help make this park a success and we hope see you there to … COME STAY AND PLAY ANOTHER DAY!
Attention, ATV Riders!
Looking for marked trail maps?
Maps can be purchased at the OHV or by contacting the main office.
Morrow County OHV Park is an official training location for the ATV Safety Institute.
For training information visit:
- OMRA YSEP
We currently have certified instructors available!
- Improve Riding Skills
- Build Confidence
- Get Kids Started Right
- Put you in touch with fellow ATV enthusiasts and ATV clubs near you.
- Provide resources for Lifelong Learing and Safety Renewal
- Learn how to Tread Lightly!
Reservation Policy & Fee Changes Effective January 2012
Due to increased park operating expenses, changes to Morrow County Park user fees and reservation policies are effective January 1, 2012. Click here for more information.
Fires permitted in designated fire rings/pits ONLY. Do not leave unattended. Unattended campfires need to be DEAD OUT. Individuals will be held responsible for fires that get out of control, or are left unattended.
PARK CLOSES FOR SEASON
Park Closes for 2013 season, to reopen Spring of 2014. Opening date to be determined at later date.
November 12 - May 30, 2014
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Jul 30 2013
Michael Brinkerhoff: Just returned home from another great week at the OHV Park! The facilities are great and the camp host and ... MORE
Nov 15 2012
Gary & Mary Duncan: We just returned from a four day weekend at Morrow County OHV park where fellow riders from Walla Walla ... MORE
Aug 12 2012
Danielle: Had a wonderful week in the OHV Park. Peaceful,wild life all around. BATHROOMS were TOP notch. The only issue ... MORE
Jun 27 2012
MCOHV EMS Crew: WOW a new record!! THANK YOU to all those attending the 2012 EMS Poker Run on June 23, 2012. All those that ... MORE
Jun 7 2012
MC PARK STAFF: The Landing Restaurant is officially opened Saturday June 2, 2012. Food prepared by Harsh&squot;s Food Service... MORE
Jun 7 2012
Mike and Brenda Coombs: Thank you for all you’re hard work and dedication to making our stay always very enjoyable.
- No shooting of firearms in park.
- No hunting in the park.
- Day Use Area open from daylight to dark.
- No motor vehicles off marked roads or trails.
- Camping is Avaiilable, however, no overnight camping
allowed out on trails.
- ATV sticker is required on all Off Highway Vehicles.
- Reduce noise from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am.
- Keep garbage in garbage cans.
- Spark arrester is required.
- Turn Park water off when not in use.
- Silencer required (Max. 99 db).
- Keep fires in designated fire rings or grills only.
- Speed limit in Day Use Ares - 10 MPH.
- No trespassing on private property.
- Keep dogs on leash at all times.
- No OHV use on USFS Road 21.
- All riders under 18 must wear a helmet.
- Oregon Safety Card or equivalent out-of-state card